My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Essays by different authors focused on evangelical political activity in five different countries: Mexico, Guatemala (the Latin American country with the highest percentage of evangelicals), Nicaragua, Peru, and Brazil. The most interesting essays were the ones on Brazil and Mexico. A couple of takeaways:
-There has been a trend of more Pentecostal involvement in Brazil and Mexico in politics recently after a period with little involvement.
-There are evangelicals that belong to denominations as well as the well-known Pentecostal groups.
-Evangelicals have gotten involved in many different parties, and sometimes there have been evangelical parties or political groups.
I wish that I had a better historical and cultural framework in which to fit the information in the book. I may go back to it to absorb some of the details better.